DIY: Make Your Own Restoration Hardware Linen Pin Board

DIY: Make Your Own Restoration Hardware Linen Pin Board

DIY: Make Your Own Restoration Hardware Linen Pin Board




Posted on September 25, 2012 at 4:02 AM

Updated Tuesday, Sep 25 at 4:02 AM

Don't you just LOVE Restoration Hardware? Yep, me too. The problem? Well, some of the prices are WAY out of my range. Check out these beautiful Marseilles Linen Pin Boards, they start at $349...yep, I said START! After looking around, I found a great DIY for the boards on Driven by Decor. I decided to recreate it just for you, check it out below and instead of dropping $349, you'll pay $30 or less!


Wood Frame (I grabbed one at Hobby Lobby with my 40% off coupon)

Staple Gun

Cork board

Linen (Or another fabric if you prefer)

Gorilla Glue/Wood Glue or REALLY strong tape (Skip the glue gun in the didn't work out well)

Directions: First, cut your cork board to fit your frame if it is not already the right size. If you have to cut it, use a table saw, that will keep you from having bits of cork board all over the place.

Then, simply cover the cork board with linen and secure it with the staple gun.

Pop it into your wood frame and tape it securely together on the back. I like the tape the best but you can use Gorilla Glue or Wood Glue to keep the board inside the frame.

BAM! Did you know the largest version of this that Restoration Hardware sells is $745!!! SERIOUSLY. Alright folks, just hit the craft store and you'll be good to go. If you want to funktify it a bit, you can always use bright colored fabric and even paint that frame. Personally, I do funky. Enjoy!

Be sure to check us out on Pinterest and follow our crazy ideas!

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